Sooooooooo exams are over and I am free for a couple of weeks now. But still have no time to breathe. Like why is there still so much to do? At least I am making time to write some posts at night. Like this one: I saw the lookbook at like 2am last night and was so excited to share that I had a hard time to fall asleep.
This post ended up being about fashion that is kind of simple and at the same time complex and loud and intense. Just the way I like it. With her series of silver metallic, white embossed neoprene and a text saying “You do not exist”, the collection “Tomorrow is the End of the World” of Taiwan-born Bei Kuo is out-there and ready to be worn. The designer grew up in a small city in Taiwan, moved to Taipei to got her BA degree in fashion. After studying and working in Taipei for six years, Bei moved to New York and just graduated from Parsons with a MFA degree and her thesis collection. And lately all these thesis collections are so damn good! Like I expect some talent from fashion designers, but I don’t expect it to be so good. Seems like they are even better than the actual runway collections we see during fashion week. Just saying! Peep the lookbook and be mesmerized by Bei Kuo:
Pictures via www.christinehahnphoto.tumblr.com